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  • Common Sunflower

Common Sunflower

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Helianthus annuus

Also known as Annual Sunflower or Wild Sunflower.  This wild ancestor of domesticated sunflowers is native throughout the southwestern US.  Multi-branched plants bear 2 inch wide flowers on stalks growing 3-6 feet tall.   Birds love the seeds.    Under some conditions this plant will reseed and can spread into colonies, so it is considered invasive in some states.

  • Limit 3 packets
  • $3.00

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Leyla Escobar
Great Flowers to plant in the southwest

I love planting common sunflowers throughout the year. The seeds germinate in 7-14 days and bloom all year. I love watching the butterflies and native birds lay on the flowers when it blooms. Great seeds!

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cristina guenther
wonderful!

Here in southern California, during i think our second heat wave. These plants are just beautiful and green with really high temperatures. Gotta say they handle the heat well. Also they grow extremely tall, mines for example have gotten 7 feet tall, I assume.

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Nancy Reid
The Humble Common Sunflower

This Common Sunflower really sparks up the garden with it's many brilliant spots of yellow and is a favorite of the Lesser Goldfinch. It reseeds and will give you enjoyment the following seasons.

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HF
Very happy with seeds

I haven't planted them yet, but they arrived quickly and intact. Thanks!